On 19 March 2010 10:17, Michael A. Peters <mpet...@mac.com> wrote:
> I don't care what people do in their code.
> I do not like released code with short tags, it has caused me problems when
> trying to run php webapps that use short tags, I have to go through the code
> and change them.
> So what people do with their private code, I could care less about.
> But if releasing php code for public consumption, I guess I'm a preacher
> asking people to get religion, because short tags do not belong in projects
> that are released to the public. Just like addslashes and magic quotes and
> most html entities should not be used in php code released for public
> consumption.

What he said. Now, could we get over this discussion? It's not exactly
going anywhere.

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